Can Light be Black? Mind-Blowing Dark Light Experiments!

In this video I test if light can be black. I show you several experiments that show you cases of light that is black and then I talk about what color actually is and why mixing pain and light give you the same but different results!

This video is for entertainment purposes only. If you use the information from this video for your own projects then you assume complete responsibility for the results.

My Other Channel:

My Facebook Page:

For more awesome videos checkout:
GOLD Mirror-Polished Japanese Foil Ball Challenge in a Vacuum Chamber!

Mirror-Polished Japanese Foil Ball Challenge Crushed in a Hydraulic Press-What’s Inside?

Can You Capture a Light Wave? Mind-Blowing Wave-Particle Duality Experiment!

Mixing the World’s Blackest Paint With the World’s Brightest Paint (Black 2.0 vs LIT)

Is it Possible to Unboil an Egg? The Amazing Uncooking Experiment!

What if You Try To Lift a Negative Mass? Mind-Blowing Physical Impossibility!

What Does a Giant Monster Neodymium Magnet do to a Mouse?

The Worlds Blackest Black vs The Worlds Brightest Flashlight (32,000 lumen)—Which Will Win?

How Much Weight Can a Fly Actually Lift? Experiment—I Lassoed a Fly!

If You Fly a Drone in a Car, Does it Move With It? (Dangerous In-Car Flight Challenge)

Can Flies Actually Fly in a Vacuum Chamber?

I Let a Venus Flytrap Digest My Finger For a Day–Little Shop of Horrors Challenge!

Drawing On Water-It is So Surreal!

Can Magic Sand Get Wet in a Vacuum Chamber? So Satisfying!

Stretch Armstrong Crushed In A Hydraulic Press


Similar Posts


  1. Fun fact : Darkness actually does not exist. It's a common term so that we can easily say a condition called lack of light. We can measure light, but not darkness.
    Same goes with cold, which is actually lack of heat. We measure the heat, not the cold.

  2. I don’t think this guy proved anything he just seems confused. He is just playing with contrast and brightness and his conclusion is not logical. If light of the frequencies red, green and blue combine to make white what is the frequency of “Black” light (not to be confused with the common name for ultra-violet)? There is NO frequency which produces black light because by definition black is the absence of light. He is just using very poor examples to illustrate human visual perception under conditions of extreme contrast and brightness. Big Fail.

  3. it does not work when we see it on camera because camera adjusts it by itself since you can still see it goig black if you cover the background with your hand. so it only works with a camera that cannot focus or only real life

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *